MANILA -- A Cessna 152 flight training aircraft carrying two people made an emergency landing over a lahar trail in Pampanga Wednesday morning, the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) said.
The CAAP said the pilot in command Capt. Eliseo de Luna and First Officer Christoper Logro reported to Subic tower that the aircraft encountered problems at 7:52 a.m.
At 8:21 a.m., de Luna said he will make a forced landing over lahar trail.
The plane with registry number RP-C8832 is owned by Omni Aviation Corporation, a Fixed Base Operator (FBO) and Aviation Training School located in Clark Free port Zone in Pampanga, according to CAAP Deputy Director General Capt. John Andrews.
The CAAP said the aircraft is intact.
Both de Luna and Logro are now being assisted by people near the site.
The CAAP has already sent investigators to the site to determine the cause of the accident.